In the round-up: Racing Point is the latest team to confirm its launch plans for the 2020 F1 season.
More motor racing links of interest:
Lammens: 'Queremos que la Fórmula 1 vuelva a Argentina' (AS - Spanish)
Argentina's new sports minister says he would like to bring F1 back to the country within a few years.
Charlie Kimball and Novo Nordisk Join AJ Foyt Racing for the 2020 IndyCar season (Foyt Racing)
"Kimball, who ran a partial season of seven races in 2019, returns as a full-time driver in the 17-race NTT IndyCar Series this year."
Dolphins announce new Formula One track and schedule as residents fight race plans (Miami Herald)
"The revised course drops Northwest 199th Street from the race layout, eliminating the need to close the public road for the event. A Dolphins spokesman said dropping 199th Street from the course means no public roads would be used for the race, and regular traffic would flow around the stadium in the same way it does for NFL games and concerts."
Red Bull junior Jonny Edgar to race dual F4 programme for Van Amersfoort in 2020 (Formula Scout)
"Red Bull Junior driver Jonny Edgar is to race with Van Amersfoort Racing in both the Italian and German ADAC Formula 4 championships in 2020 in his second season in cars."
Coming February 28 – Formula 1: Drive to Survive Season 2 on Netflix (Formula 1)
"F1 fans’ excitement levels are already mounting ahead of the start of the 2020 season – and to whet your appetite even more, Season 2 of Netflix’s stunning Formula 1: Drive to Survive launches on Netflix from February 28."
Hughes has found himself 'at home at HWA' (Formula 3)
"From their point of view, they were a new team and I am an experienced driver in the Championship. I know the tyre and I knew the GP3 the car – although this was obviously a new car. From their point of view, I guess it made sense having me in the team and I think that they have enjoyed having me there."
When car launch doesn't go to plan (McLaren)
"Of course the truckies returned – again – and, crucially, with the MP4/4 this time. In came this red and white rocketship. It was so sleek, and low to the ground. It just looked the b*llocks."
Help us raise money for Australia (F1 Authentics)
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